Sunday June 18, 2023

Jim Hollingsworth

June 18, 2023

Dear Friends,

Here are a few articles for your consideration.


Jim Hollingsworth

There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death.  (Proverbs 14:12)

  1. Tucker Carlson’s Fourth Monologue: Is Biden a Wannabe Dictator?
  1. New Texas Law Makes Voting Fraud a Felony
  1. New Election Integrity Group Formed
  1. “Green Energy über alles,” Say Oregon’s Lunatic Democrats – RedState
  1. EV Range Dips Nearly 25 Percent While Carrying Load: AAA (
  1. Biden Changed View on Gays, Transgender Issues
  1. Mark Levin Shares the Truth About Biden
  1. 6 Reasons DOJ Case Against Trump is Flawed
  1. Professor Dershowitz: Why Trump may have difficulty finding a defense lawyer
  1. Trump will run even if convicted
  1. Trump Responds to indictment
  1. Tucker Carlson Supports Trump’s Assessment of indictment
  1. Vivek Ramaswamy: Two Different Justice Programs: Defends Trump
  1. Now 18 Years Old, Former Trans  Girl sues over 13 year old radical surgery
  1. Conservatives Winning Battle Against ESG: Biden Supports it, Vetoes Bill
  1. Daniel Penny, NY Subway Hero, indicted for Manslaughter
  1. The Importance of Committed Dads, Husbands
  1. Bjorn Lormborg: Thinking Smart About Climate Change
  1. Charter Schools  Beat Regular Public Schools: Methods and Discipline

By contrast, students at charter schools enjoy orderly classrooms where expectations are explicit, teachers regularly give meaningful feedback, and failure is possible if students don’t reach the prescribed standards. This may come off as unbearably strict for students and teachers at traditional public schools, but it actually allows for a calmer, less stressful learning experience in which everyone knows what to do.